Tornado season is upon us with all the anxiety and fear it brings. This year with the horrible devastation that have hit our friends and neighbors in North Texas and in Oklahoma it is easy to give into those fears. How can we protect our children? How can we save our homes? ...
Trauma is a word you have probably heard a lot recently, especially in the news, with issues like school shootings, kidnappings, tornados etc. Maybe you’ve wondered, “What does trauma really mean?” Especially, how does it affect our kids?
In five months, Hunter Brown has volunteered 152 hours at Cook Children's. When he’s not traveling with the UTA golf team, he can be found at the medical center giving of his time.
As children go outdoors to enjoy the warm weather of spring, you could end up taking your young adventurers to the pediatrician for allergic reactions to poison ivy and/or poison oak.
You don’t need me to tell you it’s allergy season. The runny nose, itchy throat and watery eyes give it away. Our clinic in Arlington is full of children dealing with allergies of their own. Unfortunately, for many children, allergies are simply a way of life in Texas.
Even the most open-minded parents may struggle for the right words after learning their child is gay. Crabtree stresses it’s not what’s said that matters. It’s the actions that count.
If you are feeling confused about grains, you are not alone. When browsing the Internet, you may discover some controversial information regarding the healthfulness—and even safety—of eating grain products. How do you know what information to believe and what to feed your family? Read on to get the facts on grains.
Obesity is a real problem throughout our country and in our region. It's a problem that's progressed over the last several decades and unless drastic steps are taken, this growing epidemic will continue. But Joel Steelman, M.D., offers some help in our latest podcast.
Monday, April 22 is Earth Day. Unlike the recently celebrated Easter or upcoming Memorial Day, it may go by largely unnoticed. Frequently when people think of this day, they may think Tree-Hugger-Granola-eating-Vegetarian. Or the conversation may turn to the political hot-button issue of climate change/global warming. Whether you agree or disagree with the issue is...
Prom is a rite of passage for many teens, but it can also result in a situation where your son or daughter might feel pressure to do more than dance. Teens can create safe, happy, lasting memories just by opening up the dialogue and making smart plans.
Honestly, I should have had something on our site immediately after the tragedy. After all, we should be used to it by now, right? But instead I struggled to cope with what I was hearing and watching. Then today, I learned of an 8-year old boy and his mom.